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Editorial

Does business merger damage Canadian identity?

Posted on September 3, 2014

Hell has officially frozen over. Tim Hortons, a cherished piece of Canadiana, has been swallowed by a Burger King, a U.S. fast food goliath. Burger… Read More »

Council setting wrong tone for medical marijuana

Posted on August 28, 2014

On the surface, Taber council’s unanimous passing of Bylaw 9-2014 at their Aug. 18 meeting looks just like any of a dozen other bylaws passed… Read More »

Response to Ferguson protests questionable

Posted on August 20, 2014

For the past week, many have had eyes focused on the St. Louis, Mo. suburb of Ferguson, where clashes between protestors and police following an… Read More »

Is Orange the new Red with latest scandal?

Posted on August 12, 2014

Readers Digest Canada released a survey in 2013 of the most trusted and mistrusted professions.Toping the list of most trusted were jobs like firefighters, pharmacists,… Read More »

‘War to end war’ leading us to peace

Posted on August 7, 2014

In August, 1914, angered by the actions of the Central Powers, British writer H.G. Wells dubbed the First World War "The war to end war."… Read More »

Great War evokes lessons from vanished world

Posted on July 30, 2014

It is hard for us to conceptualize just how distant 100 years ago really is. It is a lost world, cast in grainy shades of… Read More »

No winners in bloody Gaza conflict

Posted on July 24, 2014

Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s open support of Israel and full-out condemnation of recent missile attacks by the militant wing of the Palestinian terror group Hamas… Read More »

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